First-time Guests

If you are planning to visit with us for the first time, you probably have some questions. We’ll try to answer those here.

Where are you located?

If you are familiar with the area, we are located on Highway 329 between Sparr Building Supply and North Marion High School. If not, click here for a map.

What is your schedule?

SUNDAY                                                                                                         
9:15 am – Bible Study (for all ages)                                       
10:30 am – Morning Worship                                                                       
6:00 pm – Sunday night reWind                                                                           
 
WEDNESDAY                                                                                                    6:00 pm – Family Fellowship Meal
6:30 pm – Adult Bible study  |  D6Kids (K-5) | Student Gathering (grades 6-12)

You’ll find more information here.

Where do I park?

You will find guest parking places located immediately to your right as you come in the driveway. Just look for the green and white signs.

On Sundays, you can get to the Auditorium, nursery, and children’s areas through the glass doors located under the steeple. Adult Bible study classes are located in the education building to your right. You can access either from the breezeway between the buildings.

On Wednesdays, Prayer Meeting is held in the Auditorium and all other activities are held in the education building.

Is there a dress code?

No. You’ll see coats and ties, jeans and T-shirts, and everything in between. God is more concerned about your heart than what you wear. We feel the same way!

Is there anything else I need to know?

Yes! We look forward to meeting you and getting to know you better. You can help us do that by filling out a visitor’s card in the seat pockets and make that your offering for the morning. Our pastor would also love to meet you personally. Take a minute to introduce yourself as you leave. He’s usually hanging out near the platform at the front of the auditorium after worship.